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BY Grace Kelley | Minneapolis, MN | 11/04/10
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) hosted a panel discussion here Nov. 2 at the University of Minnesota made up of six anti-war and international solidarity activists from Minneapolis, all of whom were raided by the FBI on Sept. 24th and were subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury in Chicago.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/31/10
About 150 graduate student workers and their supporters marched across the University of Minnesota campus here, March 31, to demand a reduction in student fees.
BY University of Minnesota Students for a Democratic Society | Minneapolis, MN | 11/05/09
Because of our action at Convocation '09 we are now facing individual charges up to suspension and revocation of our degrees. We ask for all of our supporters, all supporters of free speech on our campuses, and all those that support the right to education to call and tell the University of Minnesota that SDS members should not face disciplinary charges for our actions at Convocation.
BY University of Minnesota Students for a Democratic Society | Minneapolis, MN | 10/26/09
Because of our action at Convocation ’09 we are now facing sanctions against our SDS chapter.
BY Brad Sigal | Twin Cities, MN | 9/29/07
After being on strike for nearly three weeks, workers at the University of Minnesota returned to work on September 21.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/15/07
Ten registration, scheduling and insurance processing staff who had been working at Boynton Health Services joined the picket lines, Sept. 13.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/13/07
University faculty and students held a press conference, Sept. 11, to decry disruptions caused by the strike and demand the University come back to the table with a fair wage offer.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 9/11/07
Sept. 10 marked day 6 of the strike by University of Minnesota AFSCME.
BY Brad Sigal | Twin Cities, MN | 8/01/05
“After our strike two years ago, we were ready to sit down and negotiate a good contract this year. But U of M management started off by undermining our negotiating committee and attacking me as local president because we have stood up for our members and for justice,” said Phyllis Walker, president of AFSCME Local 3800 and co-chair of the Clerical and Health Care workers’ negotiating committee.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | Minneapolis, MN | 6/06/05
Here in Minnesota, we are facing a serious attack on equal access to education. We are proud to be part of the movement fighting to save General College, fighting to defend equal access to education.
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